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"Pure Latakia," 5flc a Tiii
"Best Birdseye," - - 40c a Tin j
"Travellers' Mixture," 35c a Tin j
UNCLE SAM'S I
CIGAR STORE I
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I'rrslilriil Itodsou'll's Dully Koiitlnt
The I'lesulent burns n good deal
of iiiitlitilit oil. Most men would
Ik exhausted by his ordinary daily
duties, lie lakes li is bicakfast at S
in the tuoniiiig; lie tlicn sits down
to bis mail, and by to o'clock is
tendy lo teceive the members of the
Semite and House and other visitors
who may occupy his lime until half
p.ist i, the luncheon hour. Scarce
ly n day passe.) without guests al
luncheon. It is the most conven
ient and favorable time for discus
sing important topics with the peo
ple from outside the city, and dur
ing the present winter he has talked"
railway rates and .rebates at his
lunch table with nearly every rail
way president in the country. On
cabinet days some member of his
ofTicial family is usually invited to
remain to talk over matters of im
mediate importance that may have
been left undecided. After lunch
eon, at 3 o.clock or lliercnbouts, the
President tetums lo his office to
sign the letters he dictated in the
morning; to give instructions con
cerning matters ot business that
have come up during the day; to
confer with members of Congress
about legislation; to meet strangers
whom he did not have time to re
ceive in the morniiiir. and to talk
over matters with chiefs of bureaus
and other officials.
At 4 o'clock, or ns soon after as
practicable, he lays down hispenand
escapes. If it is a pleasant day be
goes into the country for a drive, a
horseback ride or a walk; and these
walking expeditions are the terror
of the members of his cabinet and
others whom he sometimes invites
to accompany him. Secretary
Morton, Secretary Metcalf and
Attorney General Moody can give
expert testimony concerning Ihe
President's pedestrian strenuosity.
If it is raiity he gets his exercise in
doors, in the gymnasium which he
has fitted up for that purpose fen
cing, boxing, wrestling and other
work of that kind which he enjoys
and in which he excels. When
his exercise is finished he bathes,
has a shave and dresses. While he
is waiting for the hour half-past 7
at which the family dinner is serv
ed, he reads the newspapers and
letters that have come in the late
mail, romps with his children and
chats with his family and guests,
Seldom a day passes but that there
are at least one, and usually three
or four, friends enjoying the home
like hospitality at the White House.
Very seldom does the Roosevelt
family sit down to dinner alone,
State dinners occur every fortnight,
and from two to six guests are in
vited every evening.
Five or six nights in the week,
at 9 o'clock, Mr. I,atta, the Presi
dent's stenographer, appears, when
the President excuses himself, re
tires to his study and spends the
uexiinrce nuursuicinuug speecnes,
messages to Congress, memoranda
to his cabinet and other officials,
and letters of importance which
cannot be answered offhand. He
writes a good many letters of that
Within the last three or four
weeks he has discussed the rebate
question at great length, in writing,
with several railway men, who have
voluntarily or at his request sent
him their views of the matter.
Sonic of his replies to their letters
have been very long long enough
to fill two or three columns in a
newspaper. He has also written
seveial communications of length
on the negro problem. A friend in
Hoston wrote him on that subject
not long ago, giving him what was
considered good advice. The com
munication did not call for nil an
swer, and none was expected, but
the President devoted at least two
hours of his precious time in dic
tacling an elaborate reply.
President Roosevelt dictates very
easily. Usually the transcript of
the stenographer's notes require
very little revision. When he is
preparing a speech he dictates it
just as he would irotn the platform.
The next day Mr. Iatta hands him
a typewritten copy, which is revised
and sent back for a clean copy to
be made. If it is a speech of im
portance, it is sent to the printing
office, put in type and printed slips
arc furnished the press associations
to send to the newspapers.
IbuiKi'i' ! Aiiii'rlmn Kenlilmls In
The insurrection in the Philip
pines is by no means over. The
fight in which Dr. O'Neill was
killed did not take place in any
isolated spot on some semi-savage
island, but in tile suburbs of the
capital of the Philippine Islands,
within n dozen miles of Manila.
The large number of women and
children on the transport Thomas,
which passed through Honolulu
last week for San Francisco, is ac
counted for by an Army order
issued recently and according to
which all army ladies and children,
residing in the islands and whose
husbands and .fathers have more
than one year's servict-to serve on
active duty should immediately re
turn to the United Slates. What
caused this order to be issued is
uncertain, but the general opinion
on the Thomas is that the restless
condition of the pacified Filipinos
forebodes danger. A number of
engagements have taken place re
cently 011 the Islands of Luzon" and
Cebtt and the haste with which
troops are being sent there by the
Logan and other transports, which
are to follow would seem to indi
cate that the Army Department is
fully acquainted with the ominous
conditions at present prevailing in
the Kasteru possessions of Uncle
Merits of JI11 .Jitsu.
Under instructions from the Presi
dent a joint board of army and
navy officers are considering the
advantages and merits of the Japa
nese systems of Jiu Jitsu and Jiu
Do, with a view to their introduc
tion into the course of physical
training at the two military acade
mies. It is expected that the
board will be in session several
weeks in the consideration of the
matters referred to it, and in the
preparation of its report to the
In view of their official considera
tion of the subject, the members
of the board feel that they are pre
cluded from discussing the matter
for publication at this time. Al
though it is understood that several,
if not all of the members, favor a
course of instruction in Japanese
methods, it was impossible to in
duce any of them to commit them
selves on the subject today. This
was expecially the case with regard
to the demonstration of Jiu Jitsu
given by two expert Japanese
wrestlers at the West Point Acade
my Monday. A feature of that
demonstration was that both the
Japanese wrestlers were overcome
by athletes of the academy. Cadet
Woodbury gained a fall over one
of the Japanese, although the latter
outweighed him, and Cadet Tipton,
center rush of the academy foot
ball team, was equally successful
with Professor Lokoi, the principal
Japanese instructor. In the absence
of details regarding these contests
the local enthusiasts of the Jiu Jitsu
game do not feel like accepting it
as a final. As one of them put it,
even should a trained American
wrestler be able lo overcomen Tin
Jitsu expert, that tn itself would
not prove that a knowledge of the
Japanese science of wrestling
would not be of great benefit to the
young men at the Military and
Naval academies. That conclusion
was based on the theory that fight
ing men should be thoroughly
equipped in all modern and appro
ved methods of offense and defense.
A London judge learned the
other day that policemen with a
black eye "felt a delicacy" about
doing day duty, and, until the eye
got well, always did night duty.
Wc have opened si choice lot, such as:
Carved Swiss Woodwork
Italian Statuettes, Httsts, Vases, etc.
German Music Uoxes
Japanese Fancy Goods
Salsiuna Ware, Vases, Cloisonne Ware
A new shipment of the favorites of Hiln
smokers jnst to hand :
" La Plnnta "
" El Belmont " Needles, Pcrfcctos, etc.
" Crcmo "
Call on us and inspect them.
H. Hack! eld & Co.
Waianuenuc Street, Hilo.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
Whcu 'purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER
Is kept constantly on hand and for snlc at San Francisco
prices, plus only freight and actual expenses,
By" Our Hilo Agents,
L. TURNER CO-
Whoopluc Cough In Jamaica.
During the epidemic of whooping
cough which was prevalent in Ja
maica, Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy was freely used. Mr. J. Riley
Heuuctt, Chemist at Brown's Town,
Jamaica, says of it: "I cannot speak
too highly for this remedy. It has
never failed in a case where I have
recommended it and grateful
mothers arc daily thanking me for
advising them to use it." Kor sale
by Hilo Drug Co.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In Hcconluucc with the rules ot the Niv
tioiiiil Hoard of I'irc Underwriters.
A comnlclf stock of
fixtures, Slindes, Table, lied nml Desk
I.umps, etc., nhvajs 011 lmnd.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Fan Motors, swivel frame 18
Sowing Machino Motor 20
Tower for opernliii,' tlicm f 1 a month
Installation churned extra.
Kstimatcs furnished on all classes of
Hlectrlcal Work and Contracts taken to
Install apparatus complete.
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Hi'inoi St. - Hn.o, II. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St., Hn.o, II. I,
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AND THAT'S THH CLASS 01' WORK
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Choice Cuts of
POULTRY -of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
FIno Fat Turkeys.
. . Sucking Pigs.
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Atfeutof vcssyls of the "Matson I.ine"
will be responsible for nuv debts con.
traded by the crew. U. ' 1 GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901 34.